In any season, the time is right for Frost Bite, a silicon fuzz classic with a barely-concealed lust for mayhem.


To attain tone this awesome, you’ll gladly sacrifice a few fingers and toes.


The Frost Bite dishes out its icy fury via a straightforward three-knob control format – Tone, Fuzz and Level. But beware: the grandiose, punishing sweep of its Fuzz settings exceeds anything that you’ve encountered in this life...or any past life, for that matter.


The pedal’s unique silicon circuit is voiced to provide extended low-end impact and ultra-gnarly mid-high presence. Perfect for ensuring that your solo cuts through the frozen tundra, or dismembering unsuspecting listeners.

OLD RUIN (Distortion)


The Old Ruin delivers a broad array of distorted deliciousness, ranging from a somewhat mild overdrive all the way to higher-gain howling.


Offering a user-friendly recipe for mayhem, the Old Ruin supplies three knobs to unlock its vicious tendencies. In addition to Gain and Volume controls, it includes a specially tuned tone knob called “Texture” for dialing in the pedal’s pugnacious character. “Texture” is much more than just an earthly tone control. It summons sonic nuances from the great beyond.


Looking for something silky and stealthy? You’ll find it here. Prefer a stinging, searing experience like a faceful of lava? Twist the “Texture” knob, wake up and smell the brimstone!


"Best New Guitar Pedals of 2021"

- JHS Pedals Show


"Best New Pedals of 2021"

- delicious audio


"At its price point, this thing is a steal. A STEAL."

- Gear Fever

HELL HORSE (Fuzz/Delay) Limited Edition!


Haunted Labs and Dirty Haggard Audio have united and brewed up a 100% original world class design and it is legendary!


"Adding to an acclaimed lineup of guitar effects, Haunted Labs has  unveiled the new Hell Horse fuzz delay, a co-branded pedal created in conjunction with Dirty Haggard Audio.


The pedal brandishes a wickedly potent fuzz circuit and delay powered by a PT2399 integrated chip. The “degraded” delay offers a savory, sinister analog-style echo of up to 460 milliseconds."

- Premier Guitar